Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat
 

Research, Academic and Postgraduate Working Group
 
While much research is currently being undertaken in the field of tall buildings, there does however seem to be a genuine absence of communication and collaboration between those involved. The opportunities for such networking and collaboration are significant. The identification of research gaps, joint applications for research funding bids, support, discussion and possible collaboration on research projects and publications are just a few of the many advantages.

The Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat is the perfect organization to facilitate the networking and collaboration between those involved in the research of tall buildings at both an academic and industrial level, or those who are looking to move into this field.

 
Philip Oldfield Dario Trabucco
Co-Chair
Philip Oldfield
University of Nottingham
Co-Chair
Dario Trabucco
IUAV University of Venice
Roadmap on the Future Needs of Tall Buildings
 

Working Group Milestones
2010, March: Inaugural Working Group Meeting Announcement.
2010, June: Inaugural Working Group Meeting Report, Venice
2010, October: Working Group Meeting Report, Chicago
2010, December: Research Roadmap Collaboration: Announcement
2011, April: Working Group Meeting Report, New York
2011, July: Research Development Initiative Announcement

2011, October: CTBUH Leaders Meeting Seoul: Working Group Meeting Report
2012, May: CTBUH, CIB, UNESCO Research Roadmap Survey Launched
2012, July: Tall on the Water, Venice Tall Building Workshop
2012, September: Working Group Meeting and Workshop, Shanghai: Announcement
2012, September: Working Group Meeting and Workshop, Shanghai: Report
2012, March: CTBUH, CIB, UNESCO Research Roadmap Survey Two Launched
2014, January: CTBUH, CIB, UNESCO Research Roadmap Released 

 
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Contact Information
For more information on the Research, Academic and Postgraduate Working Group, please contact any of the working group Co-Chairs (contact information is available by clicking on the Co-chair images above) and/or research@ctbuh.org